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Rex Krivanek

San Jose, California

238, 258, 299 = 795

with the Absolut Hook

I am a senior bowler and my league average is 205. My bowling theory is always buy the most expensive ($200+ like Deadly Aim) high end heavy oil bowling balls with low RG and the most aggressive drilling pattern for the ball. I bought a 14lb Absolute Hook on 2/26/14, had it drilled pin up right of the ring finger. I had to come up with a new theory. The Absolute Hook is not a $200+ high end bowling ball but it is the best ever ball for me and my style. Taking it to Nationals.

Heather Wood

Savanna, Oklahoma


with the First Blood

Was a great night bowled on 11/21/13. 193 average. First blood #13 pound. I switched to a 13 pound because was dragging by the 3rd game. Was throwing a 14 lb.

Heather Wood

Savanna, Oklahoma


with the Deadly Aim

2nd night throwing the 13# ball. 188 average. Needed a more Aggressive ball for nationals 2014.I had this one drilled with a more aggressive snap on the backend. It was a great improvement from my First Blood. The 234 I had 6 in a row, pulled a ringing 10 then struck until the 10th. The 269 I pulled a 7 spare in the 1st struck until the 10th 9/x. I am very happy with this ball. Currently own Taboo Pearl, First Blood, Spike and Deadly Aim. Would recommend it to anyone.

Aaron Ray Monroe

Guflport , Mississippi


with the Black Widow Pearl

Im 18 years old now and I shot my first 300 at the age of 17 as a youth bowling with the Black Widow Pearl. Should have been back to back but dang 10 pin. but oh well better luck next time

Jonathan Salas

Hammond, Indiana


with the First Blood

I shot this 300 at the USBC Greater Calumet City Tournament. 1st one in my short career even though my average is above 220. Thank You Hammer for making the best bowling balls out there.

Rick Schaber

Muskego, Wisconsin

299 288 276 863

with the Black Widow